WHY DOES THIS APP ASK FOR CAMERA AND MICROPHONE PERMISSIONS?
Because you can actually use a light sensor (camera) and a sound sensor (microphone) in LogicBoard circuits! How awesome is that?! And you can use the camera flashlight as output component. And yes indeed, that means you can make a torch which turns on in the dark using LogicBoard!! (won't run in the background, it's only about the principle of logic circuits)
Simulate electrical logic circuits on your Android device using Logic Board! To learn how, read the instructions below or in the app.
1. Add components
Touching a white box will popup a menu. From this menu, you can select the component you want inside the box. If you have picked a component, the component will be drawn inside the box. When you touch it again, a new menu will appear.
2. Connect components
Inside this menu are two important options: 'Connect' and 'Disconnect'. If you want to connect the component to another one, you have to follow these steps:
* Choose 'Connect
* Optional: select socket
* Select target component and socket
3. Special settings
Some components have special menu items to change custom variables like the frequency of a buzzer or a pulse generator.
4. Saving boards
The board is automatically saved. From the menu you can rename it, delete it and create or load other boards.